Next Sunday, the Denver Broncos historic trip to the Super Bowl runs right through Winter Park’s Winter Park Mountain Lodge and stops at the Moffat Stop Restaurant and Brewery.
The venerable Winter Park landmark hotel—directly across the street from the Winter Park Resort—is getting in on the action with attractive Super Bowl Sunday offerings for both out-of-towners and locals alike!
The hotel is hosting an all-day Super Bowl party in the Moffat Stop Restaurant and Brewery, coupled with deeply discounted rooms.
A mere $98, plus tax, buys a Sunday night room at the hotel and an opportunity for a fun, all-day Winter Park get-away experience.
Think about what a great day it could be!
Cruise up early on Sunday morning, pre-register and park at the hotel. Boot-up, grab the gear, hop the shuttle across the street, ski or ride all day and still make it back to the brewery—beer or cocktail in hand—just in time for kick-off. (Or just “hang-out” all day, for that matter!)
And each room reservation comes with two complimentary drink tickets—the first two are “on the house!”
Following the festivities and a sumptuous dinner, soak in the hot tub and off to a warm, comfortable bed.
Come for the game, stay for the beer!
The Winter Park Mountain Lodge’s Moffat Stop Restaurant and Brewery is one of only two remaining brewpubs in the area.
Currently, they are proudly pouring two top-notch hand crafted selections—an ESB and a Belgian Wit.
Along with their hand crafted “home brews,” they also offer all sorts of other domestic and imported beers, as well as a selection of wines and sprits.
For the discerning diner, the Moffat Stop Restaurant and Brewery has it all—excellent food quality, great value, and generous portions—all delivered with top-notch service.
Their “small plates” include:
• Portobello Fries, tempura battered Portobello mushrooms, garlic aioli and sweet chili sauce, $8;
• Mozzarella Sticks, fresh mozzarella cheese, homemade batter and marinara sauce, $11;
• Hummus Plate, red pepper and garlic hummus, served with carrot and celery sticks and toasted pita points, $11;
• Chimichanga Tower, seasoned ground beef, re-fried beans, guacamole, sour cream homemade salsa and assorted cheeses, $13;
• Wings, original, chipotle, cranberry chipotle, honey siracha or meleguta (extra hot), prepared breaded, naked or charbroiled (gluten free), $12;
• Nachos, diced red onion, bell pepper, jalapeno cream sauce, refried beans, guacamole, sour cream, fresh cilantro, homemade salsa, topped with an assortment of melted cheeses, $10.50, add ground beef or chicken, $5 additional.
Moffat Station Restaurant and Brewery three “signature salads,” each could be a meal in itself, include:
• The Moffat, spring mix, smoked bacon, mushrooms, red onions, tomatoes, bleu cheese crumbles with a choice of dressings, $8, add chicken, $5 additional or prime rib, $6 additional;
• BBQ Chicken, spring mix, barbecue chicken, red onion, tomato, hard-boiled egg, assorted cheeses, served with your choice of dressing, $15;
• Their classic Caesar which features crisp romaine, shaved parmesan and creamy Caesar dressing, $9, add chicken, $5, add cranberry chipotle chicken with diced cranberries, $6.
Their sumptuous entrees include:
• Sirloin, an eight-ounce steak, charbroiled to order and served with fresh-cut fries or mashed, served with seasonal vegetables, $18;
• Wild Alaska Salmon, a honey-glazed six ounce fillet, served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables, $19;
• Lobster Mac-And-Cheese, lobster, penne smoked bacon served in a home made cheese sauce, $17;
• “English Style” Fish and Chips, seven ounce cod fillet, tempura battered and fried to perfection, home made tartar sauce, served with fresh cut fries and jalapeno slaw, $14;
• Bison Stew, home made, slow roasted bison stew with green peas and an assortment of root vegetables including carrots, potatoes, and parsnips, $6.50 for a cup, $15 for a bowl.
And if you’re only in the mood for a sandwich, their selections include:
• The French Dip, $15;
• The “Classic” Turkey Club, $13.50;
• Blackened Jerk Chicken, $13; and
• The eight-ounce Angus Pub Burger, $13, with a variety of “add-ons” for $1 each.
(And as any “dedicated foodie” knows, it’s all those “little things,” those “special touches” that make good restaurants truly great! Instead of merely “opening the bag” and dumping frozen, commercially prepared French fries into the fryer, the kitchen staff takes fresh spuds, hand-cuts and cooks’em to order. And their homemade sauces and salsas are top-notch, as well…again, those “little things!”)
So, on this up-coming Super Bowl Sunday, come on up to beautiful Winter Park, have a day skiing or riding, claim your seat in the Moffat Station Restaurant and Brewery and cheer for your team.
Before, during or after the game, enjoy a great meal.
Go relax in the hot tub, head for the room, delighted in the fact of not having to drive home. (Tell the Front Desk if a wakeup call is needed to get out early to get to work…)
The hotel’s staff reports that as the big day approaches, these $98 rooms are selling quickly.
Call the front desk at 970-726-4211 to book.